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Hong Kong has the big city specials like smog, odour, 14 million elbows and an insane love of clatter. But it's also efficient, hushed and peaceful: the transport network is excellent, the shopping centres are sublime, and the temples and quiet corners of parks are contemplative oases.

The best thing about being in Hong Kong is getting flummoxed and fired by the confluences and contradictions of a Chinese city with multi-Asian and Western elements. It's about savouring new tastes, weaving through a human gridlock and humming some dumb Cantopop tune while slurping your noodles.

Beginning as a trading port, Hong Kong emerged as a leading financial center in the late 20th century. Its highly capitalist economy is heavily based on service industries, and thrives under a long-standing policy of government non-intervention. Although the population is predominantly Chinese, residents and expatriates of other ethnicities form a small but significant segment of society. Influenced by both Eastern and Western cultures, Hong Kong's multicultural identity is reflected in its cuisine, cinema and music.

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    • An oasis of plenty within a district that offers traditional Hong Kong street action. Club rooms are the ones to go for a leisurely breakfast, the views and late check out. The contemporary Tokoro Whiskey Bar.

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    • Great location away from the touristy side of Hong Kong.
    • The Chuan Spa menus are based on traditional Chinese medicine.
    • Michelin-starred dining. at the Ming Court Cantonese restaurant.

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    £909 per person

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    • Cool and quirky, a bit rococo, the hotel succeeds by outstanding from the usual black, beige and gold signature of luxury business hotels. The most stylish rooms in the far east, but they are unquestionably luxurious, lavishly comfortable and surprisingly functional. The extension of the surreal world where you may find daring drinks taking the reigns of taste buds and inspired melodies offering mesmerizing aural flavours.

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    • Unique, quirky and fun.
    • In the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, the real Hong Kong.
    • Luxurious, lavish and surprising.

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    £995 per person

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    • If you like quality and attention to detail in design and in food then the Mira will appeal.  It is made for contemporary hedonists. The Mira has so many options in terms of room category that you can virtually design your own stay. A cocktail bar at the back of the lobby called Room One, that is romantic and suitably seductive.

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    • There is a room for every contemporary taste and aesthetic.
    • Bang on Nathan Road, The Mira is in the very heart of Tsimshatsui, one of the most vibrant and distinct areas of Hong Kong.
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    £955 per person

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    • The brand new W Hong Kong does its setting proud, with one of the world’s highest rooftop pools, top-class restaurants, white-hot nightlife and the first Bliss® Spa in Asia. Light and colourful rooms with a window chaise lounge to enjoy the views plus the W’s signature pillow menu and feather bed for restful nights. Try a colourful signature W cocktail at the W Living Room in a chic casual setting.

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    • Rooftop swimming pool that will blow your mind.
    • The first Bliss Spa in Asia.
    • The buzz of West Kowloon’s Tsimshatsui area – home to great shopping.

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    £1,099 per person

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